• Wind Cave National Park - Two Worlds

    Wind Cave

    National Park South Dakota

Accessible Cave Tour

Ranger Mary Laycock with visitors in cave

Ranger Mary Laycock with visitors in cave

NPS Photo

The visitor center and the cave are accessible to people with special needs. Limited areas of the cave are accessible to wheelchairs. Please call ahead to make special arrangements or ask at the information desk for a special tour. There are fees charged for these services. Call the park 605-745-4600 for more information.

For more information about tours for visitors with special needs please visit our webpage for accessibility needs.

Click here for written information on regularly scheduled tours for the hearing impaired.

 

Tour Fees

Age 17-61 $5.00
Age 6-16 $2.50
Senior or Access Pass Holders $2.50
Under 6 Free

Did You Know?

Sign used at Wind Cave in 1903 when the cave became a national park.

Wind Cave is the first cave in the world to be designated as a national park. That occurred on January 9, 1903.